Project School Zone:
Where Lutheran Schools Grow
When parents and prospective parents walk into your school, what immediate message are they receiving? Your school culture is perhaps the most important ingredient in building a successful branding recipe.
Discover how your school can better engage parents, teachers, students, alumni, and even board members in establishing and nurturing a quality school culture that amplifies your mission. That's what great branding is really all about!
Gather a group of teachers, board members, and even parents and join us on May 5 at 4:30 p.m. (CT) for our final Project School Zone Panel conversation of the school year. You'll have a chance to ask our expert panel your questions live from the Internet.
Dana Murray, Admissions Counselor (Trinity Lutheran School, Burr Ridge, IL) and Lutheran School Funding Academy presenter
Rick Johnson, President and CEO at Creative Communications
Dr. Rebecca Schmidt, Principal (Immanuel Lutheran School, St. Charles, MO)
Glenn Mahnken, Sr. Vice President of Marketing, LCEF and Board President (Lutheran High School of St. Charles County)
Please RSVP by clicking the ticket link to join us in person or online.
Please note that you are not required to register via Eventbrite to access the event on our UStream channel.
Registration helps us stay connected with you to tell you more about Project School Zone and all of our future events.
To watch online, simply tune in to the Project School Zone channel at UStream.
LEARN MORE ABOUT PROJECT SCHOOL ZONE
If you missed our first two Webcast, you can still catch it online.
Plus, learn more about Project School Zone and sign-up for our quarterly e-newsletter online at www.lcef.org/schoolzone.
When & Where
Lutheran Church Extension Fund
Lutheran Church Extension Fund supports The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod in fulfilling its mission of sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ by being a Christ-centered servant partner, ensuring that funds and services are available now and in the future. Learn more online at www.lcef.org or call, 1-800-843-5233.